India batsman Shreyas Iyer, who was the lone warrior in the first T20I against England scoring 67 off 48 balls, said the team will not change its new philosophy of “aggressive cricket” despite the eight-wicket loss in the opener in Ahmedabad on Friday.

The right-hander reiterated that the five-match series against England, the No. 1 T20I side, is the platform to try out new ideas in the T20 World Cup year.

“Our philosophy will not change. We have come with a plan and we want to execute it. Before the T20 World Cup, we have to tick the right boxes. We have to try different stuff and see what suits us,” he told reporters at the post match press conference.

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